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Customizing Lists in Workflows

This time I would like to show you how you can use JavaScript and custom styles to customize the default list behavior.

The default way to show data from a database table is that one column in the database is represented by one column in the list. In many cases this is just what is required however sometimes multiple database table columns should be displayed as a single column so that we need to customize the default behavior.

Components needed to customize the list:

  • Custom JavaScript
  • Custom Style
  • Form to include the JavaScript and the Style

 

In this sample a list will be shown that combines the first and last name and displays an image instead representing the corresponding number value from the table content. The result looks like this:

CustomList

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Google Street View in Smart Client

In this post I would like to show you how you can open Google Street View on a second screen in Smart Client. Here is the corresponding video, which explains you how to do it.

Once the Google Street View is open, both components are synchronized so that the current position is reflected correctly in each view. In case that you want to reproduce the sample, please make sure that you have an appropriate Google Maps API Key.

What is needed to get it done:

  • Web Site to show Google Street View
  • Smart Client Action defining the url to open the web site
  • Java Extension to handle the communication between the components

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“JAR resources in JNLP file are not signed by same certificate” after GMSC update/upgrade

Because there are some support requests concerning this problem, we thought maybe a blog entry will help to limit these.

If you are upgrading GeoMedia Smart Client and getting the following error message at the start of the client:

JAR resources in JNLP file are not signed by same certificate

please download the language files again.

So go to the Language Administrator for GMSC and download the language files again.